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'Prasad' at Indore's Khajrana temple gets FSSAI certificate

PTI
Published : Aug 29, 2019, 5:12 pm IST
Updated : Aug 29, 2019, 6:39 pm IST

The certification aims to ensure that prasad distributed by temples is safe for consumption.

Recently the FSSAI conducted a detailed audit of the prasad and other food items served to devotees at the Khajrana temple, Indore's Chief Food Safety Officer Manish Swami said on Thursday. (Photo: File)
 Recently the FSSAI conducted a detailed audit of the prasad and other food items served to devotees at the Khajrana temple, Indore's Chief Food Safety Officer Manish Swami said on Thursday. (Photo: File)

Indore: The `bhog' or `prasad' (offering) distributed at the famous Khajrana Ganesh temple here has received `Blissful Hygiene Offering to God' (BHOG)
certification by the Food Safety and Standards Authority of India (FSSAI).

The certification aims to ensure that prasad distributed by temples is safe for consumption.

Recently the FSSAI conducted a detailed audit of the prasad and other food items served to devotees at the Khajrana temple, Indore's Chief Food Safety Officer Manish Swami said on Thursday.

They were found to be as per the authority's food safety and hygiene parameters, he said.

Tags: khajrana, fssai
Location: India, Madhya Pradesh, Indore